may 2015 – on Jeffrey Sterling
the documentary – the invisible man – shared by Norman Solomon:
i reached out to the senate intelligence committee…. they have clearances to hear this
the idea that somehow there are channels for whistleblowers to go thru.. is ridiculous – @normansolomon https://t.co/hryPXSC0q7
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/monk51295/status/654734884783521792
oct 2015 – holli sterling and norman – democracy now interview
Norman Soloman – Jeffrey went through right legal channels.. and they didn’t work
process riddled w pollution and political power.. ie: others who aren’t even charged for worser disclosures..
rights of whistleblowers totally intertwined with right to freedom of press
Jeffrey Alexander Sterling is an American lawyer and former CIA employee who was arrested, charged, and convicted of violating the Espionage Act for revealing details about Operation Merlin to journalist James Risen. In May 2015, Sterling was sentenced to 3½ years in prison.